Gearing up for the 2020 Census

By Lisa Stafford

By law, the U. S. Census, an official population count, occurs every 10 years. Most areas—about three of every four households—will receive an invitation to respond online (or by phone), while the other households will receive a paper questionnaire along with an invitation to respond online. 

Here’s why you should participate 

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In Her Words: New Orleans East resident Kristen Lee

On the Basis of Sex: Where will the first step take you?

Kristen Lee

Earlier this year, I attended a screening of On the Basis Sex hosted by the Women in the Profession committee. The film depicted young lawyer Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she navigated both family life and career, and one of her many groundbreaking challenges to gender discrimination before the United States Supreme Court. In recent years, Justice Ginsburg, the second of only four women to be confirmed to the United States Supreme Court, has become a pop culture icon known for her fiery liberal dissents. Justice Ginsburg has even gained the moniker “the Notorious RBG,” a nod to the rapper The Notorious B.I.G. with whom she shares humble Brooklyn beginnings.

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Kristen Lee is a graduate of Loyola University, holding Political Science and Law degrees. She is currently a Judicial Law Clerk in the 4th Circuit Court of Appeal and the winner of numerous academic awards. Kristen is the daughter of Calvin and Karen Lee.

Field Set for October 12, 2019 Gubernatorial Primary Election

Qualifying period ran from August 6 – 8, 2019

Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer, Commissioner of Insurance, BESE District 1, BESE District 2, State Senator 3rd District, State Senator 4th District, State Representative District 99th/100th Representative and other positions are on the ballot. Continue reading “Field Set for October 12, 2019 Gubernatorial Primary Election”

New Orleans East – 2010

In celebration of NOELA Services’ 10 year anniversary, items from previous editions of the NOELA Newsletter will be reintroduced. This week’s focus is on the year 2010.

See below for what occurred in Politics, Economic Development, Environment, Blight, Education, Healthcare, Culture & Recreation, Quality of Life, Real Estate, Beautification, Crime & Safety, Churches, Awards and Film.

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